As a student at University of Minnesota, Daniel Crawford was exposed to the latest science on climate change. He learned that the planet was warming rapidly. Scientists have struggled to communicate the gravity of that discovery with others, and so, as a planet we've failed to make changes that would slow the warming trend.
But Daniel has a tool unavailable to most scientists. He plays the cello. By translating NASA's collection of historic temperature data into notes, he tells the story of Earth's climate change with a song. It's an unpleasant song. But it's also a song whose melody can't be easily forgotten.
Full list of stories on KUOW Presents, July 10:
- BBC - Lebanese Film Falls Foul Of Ban On Israel Links
- Global Warming Music
- Just In Time for World Population Day, Report Indicates World Population Growing Faster Than Demographers Expected
- Vaughn Palmer on Canadian Oil Train Explosion Investigation
- Summer Camp Walk Around The Block
- BBC - Greek Health Crisis
- Do Mountain Bikes Belong in Alpine Meadows?
- Special Delivery
- Writer's Almanac
- Vietnam Today
- Paula Poundstone
- China and the Pacific Northwest